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Ishita baluni
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Iam a bsc student. I'm preparing for ias but I'm very confused about what to study what not to.Kindly help me

unnswered   Wednesday 28th June 2017  


I'm no expert, but i just wanna share few things i figured out about how to approach CSE as i'm also preparing for cse 2018
 Jedidiah Prashanth 
Start Reading with old Ncerts(You can buy them online at Jawahar book centre) on parallel read Yojana,Kurukshtra,Science reporter Magizines(Published by different Ministries of Gov of India)
 Jedidiah Prashanth 
After completing NCERTS(6-12) read M laxmikanth-Indian polity, Ramesh singh-Indian Economy, Rajiv Ahir-Modern India Majid Hussain-India and world Geography, Have an eye on Hindu newspaper read Editorial and OPEd.Keep updating about all the current affairs for this i recommend Vajiram and ravi current affairs material(Can download freely from their website) and GKtoday website. Sorry for big list.
 Jedidiah Prashanth 
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